Princess Warrior (1997) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
I love bad movies, but this one’s such a turkey it can’t even be enjoyed on that level. I really think it’s trying to be some kind of soft [**] movie, but it isn’t even good at that.
The good princess, who we know is good because she has blonde hair, good manners, and a white toga, inherits the kingdom over her evil sister, who we know is evil because she wears red lipstick, a black spandex bodysuit, and abuses her slaves. The evil sister tries to stage a takeover, complete with absolutely lame fight scenes of slender female “bodyguards” in togas trying to fight with lightsabers (just an excuse to show skin, pretty much). The good sister escapes to Earth and touches down in the middle of a bar having a wet T-shirt contest.
Frankly, it was ridiculous. There’s not a single redeeming quality to this movie—its acting is awful, the plot is ludicrous, the directing is terrible, even the sound quality is bad. Let’s not get into the special effects, which look like they were added using MS Paint. If it weren’t trying so hard to be arousing, it might actually have been campy and fun. I know there are some folks out there who enjoy “fantasy babe” movies, so maybe this would appeal to them, but for a person like me, it wasn’t at all enjoyable.
About Princess Warrior (1997)
Starring: Sharon Lee Jones, Dana Fredsti, Mark Pacific, Tony Riccardi, Augie Blunt
Runtime: 85 minutes
Director: Lindsay Norgard